Phillip A. Janquart

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    • He ain't heavy, But His Rock Is

      The Jaialdi Strongman Competition
        "So, How much can you bench press?"
        Perhaps this question has been posed to you once or twice by a fellow average Joe while lifting weights at your local gym. For many, the answer is of little consequence. For others, it is the unofficial measure of physical strength.
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    • Air golf

      Disc golf advocates just doubled their holes
    • Now that's a lot of Bull

      Hometown bullriders don't ride for fame and fortune, only pride
        Somewhere in Utah, Chance James balances hundreds of feet above the earth. A structural ironworker by trade, skirting four-inch steel beams is all in a day's work. Although attached to safety lines, there is an inherent risk, one that helps to fuel James' need for adrenaline.
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    • Hemingway's Haunt

      Silver Creek is the Superbowl of fly fishing
        Along parts of Highway 20, south of Sun Valley, an inconspicuous creek lazily flows from the base of the Picabo Hills, winding through more than 20,000 acres of high-desert plains. Quiet and serene, the creek is about 20 feet wide at its narrowest and more than 50 yards at some of its widest points. To the untrained eye, it might pass for a man-made canal designed to irrigate the domestic fields that line its banks for seemingly miles on end.
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    • WhiteSnake wins Frisbee title

      Boise vying for national tourney in 2007
        It is a sport saturated with athletes from a variety of backgrounds, from soccer players to triathletes.
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    • The life Fantastic

      Boxer Tommy Frawley had been there and done that
        On a crisp Saturday morning Tommy Frawley screams into a Starbuck's parking lot in west Boise atop his Italian-made Ducati street bike. The lifelong boxer kicks the stand out from beneath the motorcycle and works the buckle on his helmet.
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    • A Sweet Ride

      The Baddest Harley in Boise
        Tim Wallace doesn't like to leave any stone unturned. It is his penchant for perfection that makes him a natural in a profession that demands unmatched results. It's also one of the main factors that has resulted in his custom bike, his very first build, being chosen as one of only 50 custom bikes in the country invited to attend the Legends Top 50 Custom Bike Show, being held August 10 in Rapid City, South Dakota.
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